London Street Artist A.CE Hits The Streets
East London based street artist A.CE London (Previously on Hookedblog) continues to maintain a presence on the streets of Shoreditch and Brick Lane with his instantly recognisable series of screen printed pasteups. The artist has been hitting the streets on an almost weekly basis for the last month or two maintaining a number of sites that he has selected for his work and in some instances re-pasting over his own works should they be damaged, tagged or pasted over the commercial fly posters. We have also seen a number of collaborative works with other artists including some neon posters with Tim Head as well as some text based work with Vinnie Nylon.
We have also been seeing his Peace Duck graphic up on the streets, a favourite of ours and one that the artist has had printed onto a limited number of t-shirts pictured below. We have been waiting for some warmer weather to bust our our Peace Duck tee but with the summer we have been having here in London we could be waiting for some time.
A.CE London's recently released Peace Duck T-shirt, which you can own yourself as they are available online from the A.CE London Bigcartel online shop.
'Something Is Different, Something Has Changed,' — Text based pasteups from A.ce and Nylon.
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